Manchester United are undergoing slight changes after losing the Premier League title to Manchester City in the final seconds of the season. United are looking for a new No. 9 after striker Dimitar Berbatov confirmed that he wants to leave Old Trafford because he believes he is not getting an opportunity to play regular football. United also confirmed the release of Michael Owen from the club.
United is left with their top striker Wayne Rooney alongside Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernadez, however, Sir Alex Ferguson is also planning to add more force to his attack.
Borussia Dortmund Robert Lewandowski would be an ideal replacement for Berbatov. Ferguson and his assistant Mike Pheelan were in Germany to watch the Borussia Dortmund players Shinji Kagawa and Lewandowski. Ferguson has successful in landing the Japanese star and now Poland boss Franciszek Smuda has claimed Lewandowski is set to move to Manchester United during this summer.
Lewandowski was a key player alongside Kagawa last season for Dortmund's success as they helped with the club's first domestic double success.
"Lewy' is going to Manchester United, Kuba also somewhere in England, Piszczek to Real," said Smuda. "They have a goal and they want to grow.."
Lewandowski scored the hat-trick in the DFB-Pokal against Bayern Munich with Kagawa opening the scoring for Dortmund. Lewandowski is claimed to cost £15 Million for United.
United made their first signing of the summer by confirming the arrival of Shinji Kagawa to Old Trafford. The Sun and Daily Mail claim that United have agreed a deal for Tottenham Hotspurs striker Luka Modric. Only time will tell if United will sign Lewandowski and Modric, however, regardless of the outcome it is going to be an exciting summer.